tracking down source/cause of garbage packets
Date: 9 Oct 2003 12:40:11 -0700
Our network has been having difficulties; and using iris (a windows
tool) we are seeing tons of packets that:
a) don't have a valid mac address
b) don't have valid IP addresses on either the sending or receiving
c) that have frames of either '---' (not valid) or 802.3
d) that have either the 'spanning tree' or 'SNAP' or '---' protocol
ie, they are basically dummies that are clogging our network. Any clue
might be causing this? Can a program (virus, etc) spoof mac addresses
well as IP? How would people go about tracking them down?
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